What is the attorney client privilege

The attorney client privilege is at the heart of the practice of law. It holds that, except for a few instances where the attorney client privilege does not apply, ANYTHING and EVERYTHING you tell your lawyer MUST be kept secret between the two of you. Specifically, your attorney is legally prohibited from disclosing anything you […]

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How Is Child Custody and Divorce Handled In Ohio

Ohio Child Custody Laws   Learn how Child Custody is Determined in Ohio, how you can modify custody orders, and more.   For some couples, divorce can be a painful process, especially when children are involved. Parents must decide how to split time with their children and how to make custody decisions together. When parents […]

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Common Questions About Daycare Injuries Answered

Seven Commonly Asked Questions About Daycare Injuries Answered   The last thing any parent wants to hear is that their child was injured at daycare. Parents that send their kids to daycare work hard to provide for their families. The hardest thing for any parent to do is trust someone else with their kids.    […]

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Offering Free Legal Services To Medical Professionals Fighting CoronaVirus

As we all know, a global pandemic is sweeping through the world. It is called the CoronaVirus or Clovid19. The soldiers on the front line of this fight are those employed in the medical community. They are the nurses, nurse practitioners, surgeons, doctors, and other staff who work at hospitals and other medical facilities. In […]

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Can You Be Charged With Child Endangerment For Leaving A Kid In A Car In Ohio

Can you be charged with child endangerment in Ohio if you leave your kid in a car? Like most things in law, the answer is it depends. Ohio law defines child endangerment as subjecting a child to a “substantial harm.” A “substantial harm” means that you subjected your child to a substantial likelihood that a […]

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